You will definitely need to get your fenders rolled to fit them. I'm running 17x9 rpf1s with +45 offset, I bought them second hand for a good deal and needed to get my fenders rolled, plus 1 inch spacers and hub centric rings to make them fit right. So if you are running 9 inch wide wheels you'll want a +20 offset or so.I have an 06 GT with stock suspension. I'm looking into getting a set of 18x9's with 235/45 tires (comes with the wheels). In the first post it clearly says they'll rub. Can I roll the fenders enough for em to fit? I'm assuming I'll have to remove the fender liners too right?
*EDIT* Alright, so I've done a little more reading and it seems it's really difficult without some sort of wide body. Is there anyone at all that's gotten em to fit with stock fenders?
I guess I just wanna be 100% sure I'll need overfenders before I buy them.
Also, does anyone run 18s with 45 aspect ratio? Do the tires look too big on the car?
For tire size I would get 235 35 18 or 245 35 18. You would get better fitment with the 235 but it will be stretched a bit on a 9 inch wheel. Those sizes would be the closest to stock diameter at a 18x9 wheel.
I can post pics of mine if you want